Katie Lowes: 'Scandal' Finale Unlike 'Anything We Have Done Before'

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Get ready to have your mind blown Thursday because, according to Katie Lowes, the final two episodes of "Scandal" are "insane."

"All I can say, is [this week's] episode is huge for Quinn," Lowes told Yahoo TV Tuesday night at Marie Claire's "Fresh Faces" event. "It's crazy. Crazy! I was asked to do something I have never done before and I can't wait for you to see it."

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It's gotta have something to do with B-613 vs. the Gladiators, right?

"That's really all I can say without killing you. You would be one of many at this point!" she said laughing. "Actually, no, she's just killed one person. But Quinn's a bad girl right now."

The Quinn/Huck (Guillermo Díaz)/Charlie (George Newbern) love triangle has been building momentum, but Lowes was tight-lipped about whether that will continue into next season.

"I have no idea," she said. "We are barely ahead of you. Someone tweeted at me last night, 'What does Guillermo Diaz taste like?' I'm like 'He tastes amazing! He tastes like a cherry lollipop!' He really does."

Lowes wondered: "I mean, what is my job?"

"If we are going to have a triangle, [I'm] into it, that's for dang sure," she continued. "What's better than going to work and having these two amazingly talented brilliant men fighting over you?"

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With only two episodes left, Katie promises no shortage of action.

"There will be stuff centered around the election coming up in the last two episodes," she teased. "It's the ramp up that we all know and love to the season end of 'Scandal.' The last two is where the train goes off the tracks."

She added, "The season ends so differently than anything we have done before, it's crazy. We've never done something like this and wow. OK, now that's all I can tell you!"

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"Scandal" airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. on ABC.